Google Earth Now Let you Share Stories and Pictures

Google wants user to post millions of stories, videos and photos via its Google Earth platform. Program Chief officer revealed it at the launch event in Brazil. Google Earth Now Let you Share Stories and Pictures.

Google Earth has a Voyager tool that allows internet users to take interactive tours of exotic destinations on Google Earth led by the likes of primatologist Jane Goodall, with photos, information and maps.

Google Earth Now Let you Share Stories and Pictures

Google Earth Director Rebecca Moore explained that regular users will be able to create their own unedited content for private and public use within two to three years.

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Rebecca added:

 “The story of your family history, the story of your favorite hiking trip. It could be anything. It doesn’t have to be profound.

To narrate the stories of communities such as Yanomami people, Google and Partners used 3D cameras to encapsulate satellite images with videos and texts.

Rebecca did not disclosed the budget for the project but she threw the idea of advertising on Google Earth. She said Google want people to enjoy not to earn profit from this project.

Rebecca said:

“Google Earth is our gift to the world. “In terms of budget, Google has nice revenue from advertising, and not everything Google does has to make money.”

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Fizza Atique

Fizza Atique is a Tech writer specializing in the intersection of tech and culture. She likes photography, VR, electronic music, coffee, and baking.
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